Walk on the Mahanbandola Street where the Immanuel Baptist Church, built in 1830, is located. Continuing to walk through narrow streets teeming with markets and food stalls. Through the street named Pansodan, you will have the opportunity to observe many shops which sell used books and photocopied books
before heading to the Supreme Court, the imposing offices of the Inland Water Transport and the even more sumptuous headquarters of the Myanma Port Authorityavant. Your next stop will be below of the majestic Strand Hotel. Pursuit of your journey on Strand Road, you will discover the Customs House and the courthouse, an impressive building with columns. Back to the north of the city on Bank Street that will bring you on Sule Pagoda Road where you can consult one of the many “fortune tellers” who shelter under trees. Photo stop at Sule Pagoda, a symbol of the city, built 2,000 years ago. Continuing to Mahanbandoola Road crossing two lively districts: Chinatown and Little India. Exploring Golden Street shops of Shwe Bontha Street and take a look at the synagogue Moseh Yeshua on 26th Street.
When you will be on Theingyi Zei market, please do not hesitate to discover the cures of Chinese traditional medicine. Then direction Anawratha Road which brings you to Sri Kali temple, the most colorful Hindu temples in Yangon.
Grab a cup of tea in a local tea shop and road towards the Kyaukhtatgyi pagoda that holds a reclining Buddha of 70 meters. Then towards the Royal Lake located in Kandawgyi Park, popular among locals, especially early in the morning and during sunset. From the shore you can admire the Karaweik Palace, a replica of a royal boat, before visiting one of the holiest sites of the country: the legendary Shwedagon Pagoda.
The best time of day to visit is late in the afternoon when the last rays of sun decorate its gilded stupa and gives it a magical glow.
At nightfall, visit Chinatown and its Chinese temple Khen Hock Keong with statues of dragons that guard the entrance. Change of scenery guaranteed! Taking the opportunity to explore the night market where vendors sell all kinds of fruits, vegetables and many other products.
Lunch and dinner at leisure.
Night in Yangon.